The Giant's Causeway on the northern most coast of Northern Ireland has captured the imagination, inspired artists, and stirred scientific debate.Why not visit the Giant's Causweay for yourself and see why this is probably one of the most famous big pile of rocks.
Titanic Belfast brings to life the story of the RMS Titanic with 9 interactive galleries, special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative features housed within the iconic Titanic building.The building, designed by Texan architect, Eric Kuhne, represents four plated hulls forming a ring around a central crystal atrium. The final design embeds multiple metaphors within the finished building, encompassing water crystals, the iceberg, the White Star logo and ships bow. Over 100 years after the birth of the world's most famous ship, Titanic Belfast is a must see tourist attraction.
The Mourne Mountains are Northern Ireland's most scenic mountain area and designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Mournes are easily accesible for hiking and walking, with designated walks, such as the Bloody Bridge River Walk or Hare's Gap, offering walkers the opportunity to take in the stunning scenry and spectacular views.
Carrickfergus Castle is a Norman Castle on the northern shore of Belfast Lough built over 800 years ago. It was an important strategic military centre throughout the history of Northern Ireland and has been besieged by Scots, Irish, English and French during different conflicts. Today it houses historical displays reflecting it's past history.
Londonderry or Derry was rated by the Lonely Planet Guide as the 4th best city to visit in 2013 and was awarded the first ever UK City of Culture for 2013. Stroll across the Peace Bridge, stand on the 17th century historic city walls, or join in the fun at one of the many festivals for which the city is now famous.
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